"In my practice, I let the idea determine what voice it wants to take. I believe in cultivating ideas and finding the right expression in any and all artistic mediums. Sometimes I have an embodied idea, a sequence of movements that wants to emerge. Sometimes it’s visual. And sometimes, the visual and the movement combine. So that’s why I returned to Walla Walla for years, set my phone on a tripod, and created these pieces connecting visuals and movement to the land. I am quite attached to the land."
Check out Leah Kogen-Elimeliah's conversation with Rachel Wyman over on the site:
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